The Football Clubs Association of Sikkim (FCAS) has decided to extend support to Sikkim Football Association (SFA) with the objective of reviving football in the State even as the former holds the latter responsible for the regression of football in Sikkim.
“The meeting decided to initiate and extend support to the SFA for proper and meaningful functioning that will help in bringing back in shape the football of Sikkim which is getting down day by day due to improper functioning of the parent body,” said FCAS general secretary Phurba Sherpa in a press statement.
The FCAS had held a meeting on Saturday to discuss about the central players online registration system implemented by All India Football Federation and alleged improper function of the SFA. The clubs were appealed to register their players online while the FCAS would be requesting the federation for extend the online registration deadline.
The meeting, chaired by FCAS chief coordinator Chewang Thendup Shangderpa, was also to discuss and draw a roadmap for the future course of FCAS for promoting football from the grassroots level in Sikkim.
The press release informs that the meeting resolved to call upon Sports minister Ram Bahadur Subba and the Sports secretary and to brief them about the reasons why football in Sikkim is degrading.
During the meeting, the FCAS strongly condemned the absence of Sikkim in the ongoing national games at Kerala. The association appealed the State government to take stringent action against those who were responsible for this humiliating absence of Sikkim in the national sports event.
The Football Clubs Association of Sikkim (FCAS) has decided to extend support to Sikkim Football Association (SFA) with the objective of reviving football in Sikkim
2014 © Goalie365 Design By Raningtech